Kenzi Bougafer

Boulevard Mohamed V , Tinerhir, 45800, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tinerhir

Hurray for Civilization

A travel blog entry by maryleabyrd


The Sahara is much more romantic in the abstract than in reality. Two nights in a tent would not have been bad, had it not been for a sand storm. Ab said it was only about 50% so we didn't have to go to the shelter, but after about 2 hours in my tent one of the support poles blew down, and I had to move to Marilyn's tent next door. The whole thing …

Moroccan hospitality

A travel blog entry by raymondc

On our way out on Friday we stopped at a small shop near the hotel to see if they could repair the little radio we had bought. The tuner was no longer working. The technician took it apart and adjusted it a few times and managed to get it working, at least temporarily. He told us it was "zero quality". We got talking and he sent another man out to …

Under the stars

A travel blog entry by raymondc

The trip to the desert was a wonderful experience. The track was almost invisible but Ali is a skilful driver who knows the desert well. He should too. He was born there and lived there for fifteen years before coming to M'Hamid on the edge of the Sahara. He speaks good French and English and is an interesting conversationalist when he is not …

Dead Donkey Camping

A travel blog entry by mushbird25


... br> The next day was for those that enjoy heights, there was a guided hike through the top of the gorge or there was rock climbing on offer. I did neither so enjoyed the peace of the hotel. The others returned in the afternoon so we finished it off with some cribbage and slowly another party started. We were invited into another area by Mr Hash, the owner of the hotel. We chatted and drank with him until ...


A travel blog entry by rnb2013


... us easy targets but when we knew we were ok. The markets we had heard a bit about didn't seem so touristy, rather local, as it was mostly food produce ready for the Muslims to break their fast during Ramadan. Ramadan is when they are not allowed to consume anything from 330am until 740pm. Exceptions are made for children under 10 and in extreme cases such as pregnancy and intense heat for example. We were told to also drink and eat only in doors away from prying eyes as a sign ...


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